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Aquarium Lights & Lighting
This page continues the discussion of Aquarium Equipment with information and advice about aquarium lights and light fixtures for aquariums with reefs, Tropical Fish, and goldfish.


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beautifully decorated aquarium with bright aquarium lights.  

Sue from Wisconsin
sent us these two pictures. You can see that her beautiful aquariums have very good lights.

Click here to read Sue's email about her aquariums.

Aquarium lights in a beautiful aquarium.  

Aquarium Lights
There are two types of lights commonly used for aquariums: incandescent and fluorescent.

Incandescent lights cost less to buy but cost more to operate.

Fluorescent lights are cooler and make more efficient use of electricity, so they are less expensive to operate.

LED Lighting is even cooler and more efficient, and they are now the light of choice.

Most fish don't need a light above them in the aquarium. The light in the room is plenty of light for the fish.

But many people prefer a lighted aquarium, so they can see the fish better.

Saltwater Reef aquariums do need many hours each day of special strong lighting.

Turn the lights off in your freshwater aquarium, when you're not looking at the aquarium. This will reduce the growth of the algae and green water in your aquarium.

Click here for more about algae and green water.

Finally, do not depend on the aquarium lights to heat the aquarium water, instead get an aquarium heater and thermometer.

Click here for more information about aquarium heaters.

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